Tag: Freedom

TFS 50 – Principle vs Allegiance, Tales of Idiocy, and ‘Looming Meat Shortages’

I continue the discussion of civilizational decline. With an examination of the difference between principle and allegiance and what this means for the rule of law. Other Supporting Topics Include How anti-intellectualism and the abdication of the Enlightenment ethos have led to ack of…

TFS 49 – Internet Busybodies prove Peter Hitchens Concerns

Peter Hitchens does a rather excellent job of describing our decline. It is not the moralist’s self-righteous ramblings that Hitchens brings to the table. But, rather a very tangible, quantifiable, decay in standards and practices that affect everything from personal interactions to jurisprudence. Just…

TFS 48 – Peter Hitchens on Cultural Decline and Loss of Liberty

I review some excellent points Peter Hitchens made regarding the cultural decline that’s led our society and institutions to abdicate principals of individual rights, rule of law, and other ideals. Said ideals being integral to the success of not only England and America but…

The Best Argument for Privacy

Aside from superior kernel architecture, greater choice in file systems, and the wisdom of not granting root access to anyone who drunkenly stumbles in at 3 AM the greatest advantages of Linux are not purely technical. I am by nature an artist and not…

The Importance of Principle

“All that is required for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” Is a rather famous aphorism. But how do you know that you are a good man? How do you know what you should do? I use this aphorism and…

Freedom

I am an American. I came to this country when I was very young and have made an extensive study of the enlightenment era values and principles it was founded on. That doesn’t mean I ignore my background. Nor does it mean that I…

Strip Mall in Wisconsin = YouTube (Vlog)

https://d.tube/#!/c/mellow.mission For freedom! For cake!